In class, she was an active participant, often raising incisive questions and providing solutions to problems. We often discussed new and more efficient solutions to a problem. Always actively participating in class, asking perceptive and challenging questions
Very often I find her reading concentratedly in the library with books or English periodicals in his hands.
I first noticed Mr. Xie in 1999, when I gave a lecture to students majoring in microelectronics. At the end of the presentation Mr. Xie approached me and asked several perceptive and challenging questions, which demonstrated his vast background knowledge and swift grasp of the ideas I had expounded
As his advisor, I was immediately impressed by his enthusiasm and diligence towards his studies. Several times I would telephone him before seven in the morning, only to find his dormitory mates sleepily answering that he had left for his studies.
In my numerous years of teaching experience rarely have I seen as talented or dedicated a student as Mr. Liu. I consider him my own source of inspiration.
The first to arrive and the last to leave, she took pride in making sure that everything was in order and well maintained.
He would often sit within the first few rows, frequently raising questions and clarifying concepts that were unclear to him/I first became acquainted with Mr.Wang at my lecture, where he sat in the first row and impressed me with his full concentration and enthusiastic participation in class discussions
To broaden his intellectual horizons, he has often asked me to introduce books and journals for him to read. Actually, he had borrowed so many books from my personal collection that he left quite a large part of my bookcase empty.